229-406-1413 caller city of origin is Albany and the territory is United States . county is Crisp. Sort of phone used for calling is Cell Number . Please check general information, community rating and reports about this phone number. Don't forget to leave your rating and comment about this number, to help us improve our community database.
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Albany, Georgia

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  • I tried to call back and it was stated as an unused number. Very unsafe

    By: franco da conceição Posted 21/08/19 00:37 AM

  • asking about roof inspections and suggesting a time to come to your home for the free inspection. When pushed or not agreeable they hang up. Also appears to give fake business association of MN Best Services.

    By: anonymous Posted 20/08/19 18:29 PM

  • I wish someone would do something about these robo calls

    By: anonymous Posted 20/08/19 16:16 PM

  • Looked up a missed call on Google, refers to auto parts, white pages says non existent number? Used Voip to call back and appears to ring but no answer. Area code doesn't exist.

    By: anonymous Posted 20/08/19 07:00 AM

  • Rude abusive calls

    By: anonymous Posted 20/08/19 01:27 AM

  • Said they are going to automatically debit my account $300 for some kind of tech support.

    By: anonymous Posted 19/08/19 19:43 PM

  • This is a FRAUD SCAMMER using an illegal, automated robo-call that says there's been suspicious activity with my social security number and if I don't respond to them, my social security number will be suspended. The robo-call never identifies their compa

    By: anonymous Posted 19/08/19 15:58 PM

  • Received text at 10:09pm tonight “Download the Lyft App” —-I’ve NEVER used Lyft and have no idea of why they would text me.

    By: anonymous Posted 19/08/19 14:54 PM

  • Exact dates are very important .You were born on an exact date. The "Church Age" started on Pentecost Sunday May 22,33AD. May 21,1988 was the end of the "Church Age". God's Word contains many important dates and numbers. May 21,2011 was the beginning of

    By: anonymous Posted 18/08/19 23:31 PM

  • Looking up another missed call in Google, says Maryland area code, white pages says non existent number, funny this is the 2nd non existent call today within 2.5 hours. Voip says calling but no ring or pickup?????

    By: anonymous Posted 18/08/19 17:40 PM

  • I was called several times. Voice-mail was jumbled; just saying something about "federal magistrate". Called them back and got an Indian man. He asked my name; I told him "you called me and that I was reporting this call as scam".

    By: anonymous Posted 18/08/19 11:34 AM

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